Do Women Receive CPR Less Often Than Men?
Yes, they absolutely do. It is surprising to learn that women who suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital receive bystander CPR less often than
The Benefits of Patient Simulation in COVID
What was the date your EMS education program changed due to COVID-19? EMS education was significantly impacted when COVID-19 cases surged, and strict rules to
University of Florida CELS Debuts the First Female Trauma Simulator
Recently, the UF Center for Experiential Learning and Simulation (CELS) was the first in the country to add a female trauma care simulator developed by Operative Experience,
Can Simulator Training Help Turn the Tide in Maternal Mortality?
According to the CDC, the maternal mortality rate for the United States in 2018 was 17.4 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births. On an
Women in Combat
Up until 2013, women were not permitted to serve in ground close combat roles in the US military (and as recently as 2016 in the
Emergency Hysterectomy Training for Residents
300,000 women die during childbirth every year and 99% of these are from low-income and middle income countries. The World Health Organization stresses the need